Lately, there has been a big discussion going on about flat web design. Some think it’s just a trend. Others believe it will change the way we design for the web forever. We tested the homepages of four different websites
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A little while back we invited you to ask anything you ever wanted to know about interviewing users. And you did. We gathered a bunch of very interesting questions and a lot of food for thoughts for all of us.
It goes without saying that the success of a website depends on many different aspects. For example, the overall usability, the visual design, and the brand consistency all affect whether or not users are happy with your site. How easily
“The feedback and user comments are very valuable, because they offer qualitative insights. We learn a lot about our users and how they use Pepper.nl. This helps us further improve our service.” — Michelle Theeuwen, Econometrics and Operations Researcher at
Have you already been waiting for our list of recommended readings on UX? Just in time before the weekend, here are our 5 favorite articles of the month April. We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we did.
The visual nature of the feedback is very valuable. The screenshot shows you what the problem is in a matter of seconds. — Auke Molendijk, Web Analyst & Search marketeer, Bizztravel
Welcome to part 2 of this article on how Hofstede’s cultural dimensions theory can help us understand what makes cultures so different from each other — and how we can become more sensitive when designing for a cross-cultural user experience.
Our culture defines our values and our behaviour – not only in our everyday lives, but also on the Web. What catches our attention, what makes us trust a website, how we search for information, what we consider relevant, what
Every so often, new ways of doing something sneak into our lives and work habits. Reason for this can be changing personal preferences, new technologies, or simply the urge to follow trends. A recent new habit in web design is